For the good old friendship...

Chris @ Sunday, March 1st   [link]

Hey guys! Chris here again with the newest news! Well... uh.. yeah, let's begin:

New Players



MKSC Time Trial Champ Andy Lundeen got 3 new World records, maintaining his current AF. Check the WR section for more information! It's been a while since Andy dedicated a bit more time into MKSC, but hey, as you can see, it always pays off for him! big grin

#2 Christian Wild sent a RMC4 dual record and maintained his AF position, even though he lost ranks to Daniel. Chris also sent in his very first SC time on rBC1 flap.

#12 Daniel Pabst got his first german record in MKSC in ages... but it was not only one, but 3! He started with a new rBC3 5lap, which beats the old CR by 0"3 seconds. After that, he saw more chances on rMC3, which is his first dual CR since he played! Well done! Apart from that, Dan also sent in a few other PRs, which resulted into a 0.8 AF point cut in total. He also passed Alan for the 12th spot! Now for the TOP10...

#10 Frederick Hutchington also scored a few more records this month to hold Daniel on distance. He got a smooth 0.47 AF cut and pushed himself closer to Florian Chollet. If he passes Flo, his TOP10 spot is secured for a while, but he shouldn't stop, as Flo is active from time to time aswell...

#15 Guilherme Arantes scored a few new records and cut 0.55 AF points to dig himself further through this AF tunnel. actually 6 points lie between Alencar and Yunus, and GAS is right inbetween! Will he keep it up? In other news, Guiherme was able to leave the Titan C ranks and becomes a fresh Titan B player!

#44 Stefan Glosby passed Tyler this Month with a few nice PRs and 2.2 AF cut in total, mainly on the retro tracks. Stefan is on his way to the 2 worst ranked news updaters, and if they stay inactive, they could both lose their TOP40 position. Watch out guys, Stefan is on his way!

#94 Ben Stoneman scored some nice improvements, a new TOP100 time on BC4 helped him to cut 1.2 AF points. Ben passed 3 players in the progress, coming closer to the next rank improvement.

James Farrell-Shaw scored a new BC1 flap, which cut a few ranks. He still needs to play all 40 retro tracks to be listed on the charts...

Nice World Records


Andy Lundeen went on a rampage again after a silent last month. He attacked 3 WRs, all held by himself this month. The first was an improvement of the rDP3 flap, which stands at 8"87 now!

After that he improved the SGB course time; he may have failed the mini barrier sub, but man, this time is already strong as it stands here: 44"50!!

Last but not least, we have a double LC improvement on the 3lap, where Andy finally achieved the sub 1'01, with a new WR time of 1'00"76!!


Our new joiner of SC only, Sam Fairless demonstrated how good he is with SCs and tied 2 WRs. The first was a frame perfect flap which is tied with Ethan, on SG flap, Sam got a time of 1"08!

The second one was on rCI1, with a 11-way tie! The time is a 0"03!

That's it guys. Join again next time for the March madness!


Team UK!

Chris @ Wednesday, February 11th   [link]

Hey guys! It's Chris here with the activity of the beginning of the year. We got not as many WRs as last year at the start, but hey, the activity was really awesome and we saw a new SC WR holder this month! Let's see what happened:

New Players

Gautier Estaloy joined the site with 37 3/5lap times and would be ranked around #110.


MKSC Time Trial Champ Andy "Master of WRs... and Crocodiles" Lundeen hit 2 new WRs, which helped him to cut 0.0375 AF points and get below 1.2 AF points again! He got a really huge lead to the other two TOP3 players, and it doesn't look like he wants to give his position to anyone else in the next months...

#2 Christian "Master of trying hard" Wild got 4 PRs on rMC1 and rBC1 dual, those resulted into a healthy 0.15 AF cut. He's now pretty safe from any AF fluctuation, which could cause a repass by Seb, but over 0.2 points seem to be enough to hinder that.

#5 Stacy "Master of getting PRs quick" Needham ninja'd into MKSC this month to get his yearly PR of his all MK PR hunt. Stacy decided to stay a bit longer and hit 4 PRs on rKB1, rMC4 dual and BC4. They all resulted into a nice 0.175 AF cut and pushed him reeeeally close to #4 Mickael Smolen. Not even 0.2 points are needed anymore!

#7 (#11) Jonathan "Master of being lazy" Toole-Charignon hit 2 rBC1 PRs and got a small cut of 0.0875 AF points. He did a good job with the 5lap which is ranked 6th, but sadly failed the sub by a little bit. In SC he hit the very first sub 12 flap on rBC1 (see WR section) and managed to cut 0.2125 AF points here. He needs 0.2 more to pass Mickael for the 10th spot!

#13 Daniel "Master of Angry Germans" Pabst improved a lot of PRs this month, especially on rMC1 he made some nice cuts and it all resulted into a 0.9625 AF cut! He passed Yunus for the 13th spot and is only half a point away from the next spot. The TOP10 is only 1.4 AF points away, will he be able to make it?

#20 Sami "Master of the true MC1" Cetin made a nice comeback to the "renewed" SMK, getting a really nice rGV1 5lap time, ranked 8th and is a new GOD time for him! Sami also hit a CL 3lap, which was not as strong, but still made a decent cut. He cut 0.1625 AF points in total and distanced himself from Michael Fried to secure his TOP20 spot.

#39 Tom "Master of not being the worst updater" van Kessel sent us some ninja PRs this month which gave him a nice 0.8 AF boost and let him reach the TOP40 AND the Expert A ranks with style! Poor Timur got kicked out of the TOP40, and as if that wasn't enough, he also is now the worst updater! Looks like he got some work to do...

#45 Stefan "Master of consistency" Glosby got a nice PR streak this month, notable was his new RVL1 5lap, which is ranked 32nd, and among his best times! Stefan hasn't passed anyone, and the AF gap for the next 2 players doesn't look that good. But with the consistent PRing he provided he will definitely make it, sooner or later!

#85 Leyla "Master of huge AF cuts" Hasso reported a complete new timeset to us! 80/80 PRs, and an insane cut of 64.6 AF points helped her to pass 53 players and catapult her away from the lower section! She got a few decent times already, with the retro tracks being her speciality, as she's a skilled SMK player. Especially the RVLs saw incredible times, RVL1 at #48 and RVL2 at #28!

#123 Andrew "Master of Unknown locations" Buchan sent us a few records this month and got a 2.776 AF cut. He also was able to leave the Beginner ranks and joined the Intermediate E ranks this month!

James "Master of ignoring messages" Farrell-Shaw sent many new records this month. As he still has not completed his timeset yet, he is unlisted. He still misses all the retro tracks, but according to his Nitro tracks he would be ranked around 120th.

Nice World Records


Andy Lundeen improved 2 WRs, which Chris briefly held aswell. First was a rBC1 flap, which was first beaten to a 12"40, which was definitely one of Sebs strongest WRs. After that, Andy found a completely new shroomstrat over the lava pits, which made it possible to lower the time even more to a 12"37!

After that, the rBC1 5lap saw significant improvements aswell. First, again beaten by Chris to a 1'10"75, Andy striked back with another 0"2 seconds cut, the time now stands at 1'10"58!!

The last WR was a tie on rMC1, by Christian Wild, who was able to hit the GOD time and tie the WR of Seb and Andy. The time was a 6"73 flap!


Unfinished Timeset Master Ethan McCormac was able to hit new world records in the SC section (actually in December, but nothing got reported about them, so I am doing that now). He attacked rGV3 5lap first, which saw a nice cut and is a nice sub 5. The new time is a 4"21!!

But he also improved another time, RiR flap, which saw a new WR time of sub 8"7, the exact time is a 8"65!!

Another WR on rGV3, this time by Robert Szabo, who improved his flap with success: he tied the WR and is now tied with Ethan at 0"03!

A completely new SC WR holder appeared aswell in January, namely Jonathan Toole-Charignon, who was able to hit an impressive lap on rBC1. He was the first person to sub 12 seconds, and now stands at a really nice 11"98!!


That's it for this month. Also, sorry for the delay, all of us (Andy, Lafungo and I) had a bit to do, so this was kind of a bad situation. See you next time!


State of the University Address

Shock @ Friday, January 2nd   [link]

Hello all, and happy 2015! We had a lot of high-level MTing, massive AF-cutting, strat-implementing, frame-cutting chesting last year, and I think we should all be proud of our accomplishments. Especially us news writers, for when we actually wrote news. big grin

This news covers December 2014, so it doesn't cover any PRs sent today or yesterday, and doesn't cover PRs that haven't been sent in at all. (I personally didn't submit a couple times yet, for example.)

One quick thing before we get started: time updating submission tips and tricks. First, new rule: we only update one (1) message from you per day. If you send more than 1, we're just gonna update the first one we see and ignore the rest. Unfortunately, we recently had a spam problem and we don't have all day to update your times. We suggest waiting to the end of the day if you think you're gonna PR some more, then send them in all at once as a batch. Much easier for us. Second, ALWAYS REMEMBER TO MARK YOUR TIMES AS SC OR NON-SC. And I prefer that it be marked in the body of the message, not in the subject line. You may submit non-SC and SC times in the same message. Lastly, no one seems to be having a problem with these, but they're always worth mentioning: always include your name and use the correct acronyms, and only list 1 course / lap per line. The parser could get confused if you put them all in a row. Thanks!

New Players
A warm welcome to Andrew Buchan who joins us at #123.

#1-10 - The Administration

President of the prestigious University of Chester, Andy "Jesusaurus WRex" Lundeen didn't cut any AF, but he submitted some WRs to the site. You can see which ones in the usual Andy's PRs World Records section. Rumor has it, by the way, that Crocodiles were created on the 6th Day, not Adam as is commonly believed.

Dean of the School, #2 Christian "Parkour Prof" Wild made a crazy dash past Seb in the twilight hours of the year, and is the new German champ! His records definitely show a lot more potential, and we should expect him to rob Andy of a few WRs this year and trailblaze into the AF no man's land for those few extra Combined Ranks points too.

Chair of the Department of Shrooms, #7 Jonathan "Lafungus" Toole-Charignon contributed as usual to the AF cuts of the month, tying Ben Allen at the end of the year. He is expected to get a paycheck raise this year, as his research in PZB is expected to return some good results for publication soon.

#11-50 - The Students

Junior #22 Lachlan Young was busy in his studies this month. He got decent grades, making a strong AF cut of 2.6 to pass fellow classmate Alvin. If he keeps this up, he will have no trouble entering his senior year (Top 20) soon.

The only other student worth mentioning is Freshman #45 Stefan Glosby. It seems like just a couple months ago he was still in high school, a mere prospect for this institution. However, he's far from a candidate for academic probation, because just as he did before he's making steady progress in his education. (Even if graduation right now seems very far off in the future.)

#51-100 - Prospective Students

We caught them on camera: prospective students in their natural habitat, touring our campus

The foremost funding-seeking students are currently visiting our campus in Australia: #69 Stephen De Winter and #71 Daniel Sampson each submitted parts of their applications already, though it wasn't much as their AF cuts were only .2 and .5 respectively.

Perhaps more interested in one of our southern U.S. branches is #86 Leone Castar. He revamped his entire application, updating 79/80 of his PRs. However his credentials are still rather mediocre. A 22 AF cut though is definitely enough for the administration here to raise an eyebrow though and wonder how much potential he has.

Lastly, #96 Ben Stoneman found our academy through an online search, but only with the nagging of his parents. He clicked on a couple pages at least though, as evidenced by his .6 AF cut.


These students have a lot of obstacles yet to overcome. Including elephants.

#119 Kyle Begley turned in a few worksheets this month, with only a few mistakes. Good work, Kyle. A little tip for you to get your work done faster: make sure you know how to do a shroomslide - at peak speed, hit shallow water or snow in a drift and let go of R. You'll stay at top speed much longer.

World Records

According to the world record site, there were 10 total WR improvements across 5 courses, all of them by Andy Lundeen:

SGB: 44"65 / 11"84*
RP: 54"76
SW: 59"90
LP: 47"20
RBC2: 1'22"28

This category got a decent amount of activity this month, too, all by #1 Robert Szabo, the only person who cut SC AF exclusively this month:

RGV1: 32"13
RMC3: 11"12
RDP3: 0"19
RMC4: 0"18*
RKB2: 0"18
RGV3: 0"03
RRR: 29"60

Well, that's it for this publication of Chester Magazine. Let us know how your studies are going by posting your videos in our forum, or feel free to just stop by the offices for a chat and a coffee/tea. We're always interested in new talent, too!

Have a great 2015 everyone!
~Shock, University of Chester, President

December... the time when the Christmassongsession starts in shops, radios, and... well everywhere!

Chris @ Monday, December 1st   [link]

Hey guys! It's Chris and I really have no idea if you have played any of the new awesome games that came out last month. I can tell you, some of them are so worth it to get, like SSB for Wii U or the new Pokemon Editions Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. Hooowever! We are here to talk about karting, so let's begin with it!

New Players

No new players...


MKSC Non-SC Time Trial Champ Andy Lundeen scored WRs as always, but! He actually lost AF as all WRs he improved already belonged to him. Instead, Mick improved his and Sebs YD WR, so he actually lost 0.0125 points. It may not sound like much, but imagine that this guys AF is almost 1.0000, which is a shitload in this area!

#4 (#10) Mickael Smolen sent us a new YD time in Non-SC which brought him a nice WR! But he also decided to try his hands on SCs, which he successfully landed. He mostly tried flaps like CL, YD, RKB1 and RRR, all of them pretty nice ranked. He cut 0.7 AF points in SC and maintained his TOP10 spot here.

#8 (#11) Jonathan Toole-Charignon played Non-SC and SC this month, with 3 new Non-SC PRs on YD and rGV3 flap, and 2 SC PRs on RCI2. He cut 0.35 AF points in Non-SC and is closing in to a sub 5 ARR. In SC, he cut 0.5375 AF points and is closing in to the SC TOP10! In Non-SC he is only 0.6 points away from Ben Allen and the #7 spot.

#9 Florian Chollet was the next active player, very close to Jon. He PRed 4 times on SW and RMC1 dual. SW is a dual #12 and his RMC1 5lap is ranked 4th! A pretty nice sub 45 helped him to reach it. He cut 0.2 AF points and maintains his rank.

#1 (#10) Robert Szabo mainly played Non-SC this month, With only 2 SC PRs, of which one is a WR (see WR section for more information). Robert passed Frederick for the TOP10 spot here and is back on track! He scored 2 PRs which led him to a 0.1125 AF cut. He is also close to a sub 6 ARR. Currently he needs 46 standard points to become the next Myth player, will he achieve it within the next month?

#29 Fabien Da Silva had an incredible month, scoring an immense amount of PRs and cutting 18.8 AF points! It's been a while since we had such a huge cut in the upper spots. He passed 14 players, including names like Nicholas, Nicola and Cole and easily reached the TOP30. He scored a few really nice Retro flap times, and a few TOP20s aswell. He is on a good way to the TOP20, will he keep this pace up?!

#48 Stefan Glosby scored a 1.2625 AF points cut with 5 new records. He passed 1 player and the next 2 aren't that far aswell. Stefan is slowly but steady karting his way to the TOP40. His daily PRs are really a joy to read in the MKSC section, really happy to see that dedication smile.

#73 (#71) Daniel Sampson scored many PRs in SC and Non-SC and made a nice 2.05 AF cut to pass 3 players and reach the TOP75! Dan got a few really nice times, including a TOP50 on RGV1. Well done!

#81 David Moll was inspired by Fuggas stream and started his own MKSC session. He successfully scored a new PC flap, and this PR alone brought him a nice 0.8 AF point cut. He's not far from the TOP80, and with his SMK skills he could definitely climb a lot higher here.

Nice World Records


Andy Lundeen made a few radical improvements on some courses. He improved 5 WRs, 2 of them saw 5 improvements this month! The first was a new 3lap time on Bowser Castle 4, were he took the time down by almost 0"7 seconds! The new time is 1'32"63!
The next big time was Retro Rainbow Road, where Andy also did 5 improvements and got the first sub 1'09. He first missed it with a 1'09"06, but then forced through the barrier and finished the job with a 1'08"75!
Other WRs by Andy:
RBC3 5lap: 1'12"88 - Also a new sub, which was barely missed a with a 1'13"00 at the beginning of the year.
RBC3 flap: 12"58 - I know what I say when I say this is a freaking strong WR. This time will probably stand for a looooong time.
BC3 flap: 24"67 - Almost a year later Andy untied the flap World Record and broke the 24"7 mini barrier.

We also had WRs by other players, Ethan McCormac is reporting a new time on RCI2 flap, where he regained his flap WR from 2013! He improved Andys WR by 0"04 seconds, which is a lot on such a short lap! The new time is 6"35!

But we also had an old veteran scoring a WR. It was no one else but Mickael Smolen! He tried his hands on YD flap. It's not only his first WR in 2014, but also his first ZZMT WR! Mick made a massive cut due to a new strat, and easily improved the WR by over 0"3 seconds! Yes, 0"3 seconds. The new time is a 16"83!


Robert Szabo sent in an amazing sub for Boo Lake flap, which he improved by over a second. It gives him a lead of almost 2 full seconds to #2 here. The new time is a 14"96!!

That's it! I hope you enjoyed it... smile


So many hype releases in November...

Lafungo @ Friday, November 14th   [link]

Looks like I've slipped back into old ways yet again... Apologies for the inconvenience, everyone.


#1 Robert Szabo didn't let up upon reaching the SC title, as evidenced by his 8 new PRs last month. He brought his AF below 5 and hit two new WRs. He also set a couple Non-SC PRs on BC1.

#3 Christian Wild managed to not cut a single bit of AF despite scoring 4 PRs. This is due to the fact that he played BC1 and CL, two tracks where he already had very strong times. Maybe we'll see Chris actually go for AF cuts and the #2 spot soon?

#9 Florian Chollet was active for the first time in several months, with 4 PRs under his name this October, including a strong Top 5 time on rMC2 5lap. With a .35 AF cut, he almost halved the gap to #8 Jonathan. Florian also got a single SC PR on rRR flap, ranked #6.

#14 Daniel Pabst focused on PC in October, battling with Florian on the 3lap. Despite reaching the Top 10 there, he fell "08 short of Florian's time. With this time and a pair of RiR ones, Daniel inches closer to #13 Yunus.

#28 Manuel Babjar had another slow but effective month, with a single rMC1 5lap PR worth .125 AF.

#44 Fabien Da Silva was the highest ranked of last month's big hitters, with 20 PRs worth well over 4 AF to pass 4 people. He seems to be motivated to leave his favorite MKDS aside for a while to concentrate on MKSC, so it'll be interesting to see just how high he can go!

#49 Stefan Glosby is a soothing constant in the MKSC world, with almost daily posts of his improvements on the Message Board. With 17 new PRs, he cut almost 4 AF and moved up two spots to reach the Top 50! His #32 RR 3lap and his first Titan on BC1 flap are also very promising and a preview of things to come.

#69 Stephen De Winter got a 1.1 AF cut from 3 PRs, but wasn't able to pass anyone. He's just ahead of two other Australian players, but perhaps we'll see him go for the Australian podium, which is only 6 AF away.

#78 Daniel Sampson was another suspect for unlabeled Non-SC times. His new RR 3lap and rMC1 5lap grant him a .275 AF cut.

#121 Kyle Begley re-sent his 24 PRs from the month prior that were indeed unlabeled Non-SC times. The resulting 4.3 AF cut allowed him to move up three spots, and also bestowed him the rank of Intermediate.

World Records

For the first time in a many months, there were no new Non-SC WRs...


Robert Szabo is fully responsible for last month's WR activity, with the following new times:
BL: 15"85
rBC2: 1'22"11

And now to find time to play all these games...

SSB4 3DS release is just around the corner

Lafungo @ Thursday, October 2nd   [link]

Looks like September news is actually on time for once, which leads to the odd situation where MKSC is getting two news updates in less than 2 weeks.


#1 Andy Lundeen got more PRs/WRs as usual, but surprisingly actually managed to cut AF, by tying Seb's BC2 3lap. Details in the appropriate section.

#1 Robert Szabo managed to pull ahead of Su to claim the SC title with a whopping 22 PRs, of which 4 were new WRs. He's now sitting at just over 5 AF and has a .5 buffer ahead of Su. He also got 6 Non-SC PRs for a small .1 AF cut.

#8 Jonathan Toole-Charignon spent most of the month focusing on LC, and got a .25 AF cut for it (and two other small PRs).

#10 Frederick Hutchington unhoarded 14 PRs to cut .575 AF and reclaim a spot in the Top 10, at Robert's expense. Amongst several high level PRs, the best were arguably his very strong Non-ZZMT CL times.

#14 Daniel Pabst got dual PRs on both BP and BC4 to cut .375 AF. Thanks to these new times, BC4 is the first track where he has gotten the double God! Daniel is now within 1 AF of #13 Yunus Aricanli.

#28 Manuel Babjar was very efficient this month, with a .6 AF cut from only 3 PRs. Just like Daniel, his main target was BC4, which is now his second-best track after rGV3. Manuel was also promoted to Hero B.

#51 Stefan Glosby is at the Top 50's doorstep. With 18 new PRs and a 6 AF cut, he catapults himself 6 spots up the ladder, passing SMK legend Matthias Boucher amongst others. Stefan also became our latest Expert player!

#124 Kyle Begley must have found MKSC more enjoyable than MK64's LR, because he got 24 new PRs, cut 4.5 AF and passed 4 people. Although his times were updated as SC ones, I suspect that he forgot to label them as Non-SC...

Matthew Layiktez got 10 new PRs, of which his LP times were by far the best, with the 3lap being in the Top 70! We're still looking forward to him filling out his timesheet and joining the AF ladder.

World Records


6 new Non-SC WRs this month, all of them by Andy, although Chris held CL flap for roughly a week (check for more info):
CL: 45"98/13"69
BC2: 1'00"40*/18"58
RiR: 1'09"98
rMC3: 11"33


4 new SC WRs this month, all by Robert (this sounds familiar somehow...):
BC1: 10"85
RiR: 8"95
rDP1: 12"95
rGV2: 3"63
(although this may be a typo for 4"63, which would still be WR...)

Tomorrow will be smashing.

Another summer comes to a close...

Lafungo @ Sunday, September 21st   [link]

Well, it's time for a long overdue news update. Sorry to all MKSCers for slacking off so much recently, I'll try my best to get back on track in upcoming months. I'll blame my too-long summer break this time around (this is my first news since April, after all). As a reminder, this update covers all times set in August only.

New Players

#125 Kyle Begley of the USA tries his hand at MKSC in between two MK64 sessions. Based on his MK64 times, he certainly has the potential to rises up the ranks here! Here's hoping he'll play more Mario Kart away from his TV!

Matthew Layiktez, also of the USA, joins with times for 6 tracks, the highlights being his RiR SC times, both of which are Top 30s! We look forward to see him fill out his timesheet in upcoming weeks/months.


#1 Andy Lundeen continues his monthly streak, setting 7 new WRs. Despite this, his AF hasn't changed at all, still sitting at 1.1875. As usual, details on his new times are in the dedicated section.

#2 Robert Szabo parallels Andy's lonely, consistent activity at the top, but on the SC side. With 15 new PRs (of which LC flap was also a Non-SC PR), he cuts well over .5 AF and closes the gap to Su's SC title to less than .35 AF. Will we see a new SC champ at the next update?

#8 Jonathan Toole-Charignon pulls off a .9 AF cut to pass Florian Chollet thanks to his switch to ZZMT. Amongst his 10 PRs, the highlights were his BC1 PRs, both of which are Top 5s on a track heavily played by ZZMTers. He also became the latest Myth player!

#14 Daniel Pabst sends in a batch of 7 PRs, as mentioned in the previous update, for a relatively small .25 AF cut. He's in a bit of an AF graveyard, with #13 Yunus Aricanli more than a full AF point ahead of him. However, if he keeps his activity up, he should have no trouble passing him in the near future.

#24 Lachlan Young sets 5 solid PRs to cut .5 AF and passes SMK legend Karel van Duijvenboden. He also got promoted to Hero A, which will hopefully lead to becoming a Titan!

#28 Manuel Babjar submits a truckload of 18 new PRs, cuts almost 3 AF, and passes 3 players. The best of his times is probably his 8"65 rGV3 flap, which is a Top 10 (and his only win on me...). He also cuts a full AF point, which gets him promoted to Hero C.

#57 Stefan Glosby is by far the most consistent MKSC karter in recent months, with a new PR or two to report on the forum almost every single day. It's definitely been paying off, as his 15 PRs net him a 3.5 AF cut which allows him to pass 5 players. We should see him enter the Top 50 quite soon at this rate!

World Records


All WRs in August came from Andy, and they were all improvements to his own times. Don't forget to check out to see WR improvements throughout the month, as well as vids and stats.

BC1: 41"20/12"06
CCI: 46"90
rBC1: 1'10"86
rMC2: 54"68
rMC3: 1'09"23/11"39

Another news update in less than 2 weeks?